Above is part of the confession tape of Cynthia Cdebaca — a 63 year old woman who spent the first half of her birthday shooting her son-in-law, Geoward Estaquio, fifteen times with twelve of the bullets entering his body. While Cynthia walked to her car twice to reload, Estaquio dragged himself through his garden and into his home where he eventually died. Afterwards, Cynthia left to spend the rest of her special day gambling and drinking coffee.
Later, upon hearing of Estaquio’s death, Cynthia celebrated. She reasoned that she only killed him due to his abusive nature towards his wife, his children and herself. She also admitted that at one point Estaquio had broken his son’s expensive electronics, sprayed family members with water if they misbehaved and had even thrown out the urn of Cynthia’s late husband.
District attorneys did not dispute the abuse the family received at the hands of Estaquio.
Nevertheless, Cynthia Cdebaca was sentenced to 50 years in prison.
Before you defend males being witches I think you need to step back and realize why people are hesitant about involving males in witchcraft. Historically males were the ones burning and murdering females for witchcraft. It's no coincidence why women are more strongly associated with life/death, magic, etc. It's not transphobic to say this and that men deserve no acceptance in something women were persecuted (and in some areas still are). Women own witchcraft.